Contemporary approaches to creative thinking a symposium held at the University of Colorado. Edited by Howard E. Gruber, Glenn Terrell [and] Michael Wertheimer. by Howard E Gruber

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Published by Atherton Press in New York .

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Organized by a committee of the Psychology Dept., University of Colorado.

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ContributionsColorado. University. Psychology Dept.
LC ClassificationsBF408 G7 1967
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Number of Pages223
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Open LibraryOL19952327M

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